Long-term care and senior living providers will have many opportunities to participate in ACOs and HIEs. To leverage these opportunities to the fullest and negotiate agreements that deliver the maximum benefit, long-term care providers will need well-developed strategies and health information technology systems that support them. Acute care partners will be looking for quantifiable proof of the quality of care. Providers will need reliable data to understand the cost of care. Secure and flexible interoperability will be a requirement for HIT systems.
Join us for lunch and a lively and informative panel discussion to discuss ACO issues, opportunities, and strategies for success.
Date: June 5, 2013
Time: 11:00 AM ET – 1:00 PM ET
Location: Byron's South End – Charlotte, NC
During this session, attendees will:
- Review opportunities for long-term care organizations to participate in accountable care organization development
- Understand core information technology foundations required for participation in accountable care arrangements
- Define interoperability and other operational challenges and issues involved in connecting to accountable care strategies and arrangements
Space is limited. Reserve your seat today!
*There is a $25 registration fee, but all attendees will receive a $25 American Express gift card at the conclusion of the event. Registration is required to attend; seating is limited.
*Attendees of this live event are eligible to receive 1.0 NAB CEUs*
If you have any questions regarding registration for this event, please call (216) 373-1221.
About the Panel
Contributing Editor, Long-Term Living
Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare Informatics
Mark Hagland became Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare Informatics in January 2010. Prior to that, he had been a Contributing Editor, then Senior Contributing Editor, to the magazine for over a decade. He has spent over two decades in healthcare publishing. Read more…
Deborah K Franklin
Director of Operations
Florida Living Options
Deborah Franklin has twenty-nine years of experience making a difference in the lives of the elderly. During that time she has operated skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, independent living facilities and retirement communities. Read more…
Tonya J. Wacaster, RN
Peak Resources, Inc.
Tonya J. Wacaster, RN has been a nurse since 1992. She has over 23 years of experience in long term care/skilled nursing. Areas of skilled nursing have been C.N.A., Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse, Staff Development Coordinator and Director of Nursing. Read more…
John Damgaard is President of MDI Achieve. Damgaard has an exceptional record in healthcare technology solutions and has a comprehensive background in various areas including client services, healthcare software solutions development, interoperability, sales, and marketing. Read more…